Warren M. Anderson Series
Held monthly from February through May, the Warren M. Anderson programs feature experts who address major legal and policy issues pending before New York State government.
About Warren M. Anderson
Warren M. Anderson ’40 was a distinguished alumnus of Albany Law School. He served in the New York State Senate for 36 years working with six governors. He was the longest-serving majority leader of the Senate, holding that position from 1973-1988.
He was best known for working to bail out New York City from its fiscal crisis in the mid-1970s. He was also responsible for establishing the state’s Tuition Assistance Program which helped fund the education of thousands of New York college students.
- May 26: The future of the courts in a post COVID era
- April 26: Reforming the Electoral Process
- March 10: The Future of Sports Wagering in New York
- February 19: Governor's Executive Order 203
- May 28: The Gig Economy
- April 20: Voting in the 2020 Elections
- February 25: Surveillance Technology
- February 11: Higher Education and the Student-Debt Crisis
- February 12: Challenges in Legalizing Marijuana
- April 9: What You Need to Know About the Upcoming Redistricting Process
- April 30: Reforming the Judiciary
- May 14: What's Needed for Rural Renewal?
- February 13: Bail: Are There Better Alternatives?
- April 3: State Power Over Immigration Law
- April 24: Self-Driving Cars: Preparing for the Autonomous Vehicle
- May 15: The Janus Case and Public Sector Unions: Where Jurisprudence Meets Politics
- February 14: Cybersecurity: Protection, Regulation, and Privacy - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Video
- April 4: Homelessness and Housing in NYS - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Video
- April 18: Repealing the ACA: Avoiding Unintended Consequences - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Video
- May 2: The Path to a Constitutional Convention - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Video
- February 23: Criminal Justice and Young Offenders: Is raising the age a viable option? - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Video
- April 5: The SAFE Act and Beyond: What is the role, if any, for state and local government in the regulation of firearms? - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Video
- April 19: Increasing Voter Turnout: How do we make democracy work? - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Video
- May 3: From Paris, France to Paris, New York: What is the role for state and local government in addressing climate change? - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Video
- February 24: Emerging Issues in State-Based Immigration Reform - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Supplemental Information; Video
- April 7: Health Crises, Natural Disasters, and Civil Unrest: Are We Prepared? - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Video
- April 21: Unchaining Local Government: Opportunities in New York State - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Video
- May 5: Wrongful Convictions: Causes and Cures - Continuing Legal Education Materials; Video
- February 11: Municipal Finance
- April 8: Infrastructure Funding
- April 29: Campaign Finance
- May 20: Education Reform and the Common Core
- February 26: Gun Control in New York
- April 9: Regulating Not-for-Profits in New York"
- April 23: The State Energy Highway: What's Ahead for the State, Consumers and Industry?
- May 14: Home Rule: The 50th Anniversary of Article 9 of the State Constitution
- February 28: Hydrofracking - Balancing the 3 E's - Environment, Energy, and Economic Development
- March 27: Casino Gaming in New York
- April 17: Government Reform"